Rosengarten trek

Rosengarten trek – Dolomites – 4 days

Level: T2, with some parts T3
Period: End June – mid September

The Rosengarten Trek is a multi-day hike in The Rosengarten (Catinaccio) massif in the Italian Dolomites. Rosengarten means ‘Rose Garden’ in German. It is located in Northern Italy between Val di Fassa (in Trentino) and Eggenstal (in South Tyrol).

Hiking times mentioned below are adjusted to hiking with kids.

Day 1: Take the gondola from Carezza/Karersee to the Paolina Hütte. Hike to the Kölnerhütte/Rifugio Fronza alle Coronelle (path 552 and 549). Hike on via the “Pas da le Coronele’ (Route 550) to Rifugio Vajolet – 7,4 km, 4:00, ↑ 580 m, ↓ 450 m.

Day 2: Rifugio Vajolet – via route 584 to Grasleitenpasshütte/Rifugio Bergamo – Passo Molignon – Tierseralphütte/Rifugio Alpe di Tires – 5,8 km, 3:30, ↑ 630 m, ↓ 420 m.

Day 3: Tierseralphütte – Langkofelhütte/Rifugio Vicenza – 10 km, 4:30, ↑ 510 m, ↓ 680 m.

Day 4: Langkofelhütte/Rifugio Vicenza – Plattkofelhütte – Col Rodella – 9,6 km, 4:30, ↑ 650 m, ↓ 500 m. Take the gondola from Col Rodella down to Campitello di Fassa . Take the bus from Campitello di Fassa back to Carezza/Karersee (change bus in Pera di Fassa, Vajolet).

Total route: 34 km, ↑ 2320 m, ↓ 2060 m, highest point: 2631 m